Katherine Tseung, cellist and winner of the Pomona College Orchestra Concerto Competition, will be featured this month with the orchestra and soprano Ursula Maria Kleinecke. Both concerts are free and open to the public.
Pomona College Music Department faculty and friends come together to present two varied programs the weekend of February 11-12. Both recitals will be held in Bridges Hall of Music and are free and open to the public.
Tom Flaherty, John P. and Magdalena R. Dexter professor of music, has again designed a broad-ranged two-day festival utilizing the specialties of guests and faculty performers in two concerts and a lecture/demonstration.
Since his 90th birthday last August, Kohn has been preparing for this performance, which will feature music composed since 2011 and includes four world premieres.
Genevieve Feiwen Lee, Everett S. Olive Professor and professor of music, will offer a solo recital of music for piano and harpsichord by Beethoven, F. Couperin, Debussy and Ligeti in Bridges Hall of Music at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Pomona College Department of Music presents the “passionate, uninhibited and spellbinding” (The Independent, London) Brentano Quartet in a program of music by Haydn, Kurtag and Mendelssohn.
Gloria Liou, violinist and winner of the Pomona College Orchestra 2015 Concerto Competition, will be featured this month with the orchestra.
Eight music alumni from the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and 2000s return to Pomona College to perform a wide range of music—from the classical traditions of several centuries to 1960s folk revival and contemporary synthesizer sounds.
Professors of Music Tom Flaherty and Genevieve Lee and Pomona College Music Technologist Barry Werger-Gottesman are nominated for Grammy Awards for their work on the album Woman at the New Piano.
Members of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, violinists Tereza Stanislav and Sarah Thornblade, violist Rob Brophy and cellist Trevor Handy, will perform Bach’s masterpiece, Art of Fugue, BWV 1080.